What a delight it is to have the Reverend Dr. W. Wilson Goode, Sr. as our guest deliverer of the Word of God today. A bit of his bio is printed in the Church Bulletin. In addition to the spoken word he has also brought a written word in the book he has authored– “Black Voters Mattered: A Philadelphia Story”. I will purchase copies for my son and my granddaughters. As many as you as can, I urge to secure an edition for your own reading and library. We are doubly blessed by his presence.
I call to your attention elsewhere in the Bulletin words by Emmett G. Price, III, Associate Professor of Music in African American Studies at North Eastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. He speaks of a musical adaptation of the hymn “Jesus, Savior, Pilot Me” done by Sister Lark N. Ball. We have been blessed by its singing here and happily commend her for this noted contribution to the Church. Lark, all of us are proud of this recognition extended to you. May God continue to bless you.
Next Sunday we actively enter into the final months of celebrating our 120 years as the congregation called “White Rock.” Our focus will be on the “people” and the “places” of our ministry across the 100 years of Sojourn. Continue to pray for and participate fully in our time of rejoicing.
“God’s grace and peace be multiplied unto you. . .!”
P. S. Make sure that you and all your acquaintances are registered to vote! Make sure that you and all you can influence do VOTE!
Joy! We are one in the Lord.